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  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • What's the difference between an online and broader campaign?
  • Evaluation and reporting is one of the most important things you can do. With online campaigning, the figures are very accessible and data-mashing can produce amazingly accurate results. Learn from them. Here is an example of Oxfam’s monthly reporting mechanism.
  • Google Analytics reporting
  • Facebook page reporting
  • Twitter reporting (via Hootsuite)

Forming a digital campaign - Ross House, Melbourne Forming a digital campaign - Ross House, Melbourne Presentation Transcript

  • Formulating a digital campaign Tim Norton Digital Campaigns Co-ordinator Oxfam Australia timn@oxfam.org.au @norton_tim / @OxfamAustralia
  • Identify your aimsOnline campaigning is rarely stand-aloneIt is a component within a wider campaign.Identify your aim of your overall campaign.How does digital campaigning fit into this?What components of the campaign can/should be run in digital forms?
  • Online campaigning vs traditionalONLINE TRADITIONAL• Transient/impermanent • Real-life record/presence• Reactive • Reactive and proactive• Multi-media enabled • Selective media based• Hub-based with linkages • Centralised communications• Adapted to fit market • Usually attempts to create own market• Communication based • Community based View slide
  • A BROKEN GLOBAL FOOD SYSTEM• Climate change• Land grabs• Food price spikes• Support for small-scale farmersThere is enough food on the planet to feed everyone View slide
  • A BROKEN GLOBAL FOOD SYSTEM• Climate change• Land grabs• Food price spikes• Support for small-scale farmersThere is enough food on the planet to feed everyoneAIMS OF THE PUBLIC CAMPAIGN• Education• Engagement• Empowerment• Change
  • A BROKEN GLOBAL FOOD SYSTEM• Climate change• Land grabs• Food price spikes• Support for small-scale farmersThere is enough food on the planet to feed everyoneAIMS OF THE PUBLIC CAMPAIGN AIMS OF THE DIGITAL CAMPAIGN• Education • Education• Engagement • Engagement• Empowerment • Empowerment• Change • Change
  • TOOLS OF THE PUBLIC CAMPAIGN TOOLS OF THE DIGITAL CAMPAIGN• Events • Blogs• Lobbying • Social media• Rallying • Videos• Educative resources • Educative resources• Opportunities for engagement • E-actions• Engaging in conversation • Live video feeds • Engaging in conversation
  • WHAT DID IT ACHIEVE?• Engaged a section of the population previously unaware of the GROW campaign• Utilised specific design skills that were not available to us• Promoted the brand, name and aim of the campaign• Formed partnership with Redbubble• Empowered people to take part in the workings of the campaign• Provided us with a design
  • Evaluation
  • Evaluation
  • Evaluation
  • Evaluation
  • Key points to rememberIdentify your audienceWhere do they interact or get their information? Is an online campaign the best way to get tothem?Be committedBe prepared for things to take time. Be a part of the community you’re attempting toempower/engage with.Be realistic about workloadDo you have the hours to commit to managing the campaign in an ongoing sense? How canyou build your plans accordingly? Scheduling? Sharing workload?Identify your aimWhat is the aim of your overall campaign? How does digital campaigning fit into this?ToolsPick your tools according to your aims and learn them well from the outset.EvaluationCollect statistics and records on everything. Build in report-back mechanisms to yourcampaign.